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Bully | DVD | (12/05/2008)
from £4.49 | Saving you £11.50 (71.90%) | RRP
Live. Love. Kill. For Kicks. Acclaimed director Larry Clark delivers his most powerful film since Kids. Marty (Brad Renfro) is a tormented surfer who despite vicious abuse relies on his longtime pal Bobby (Nich Stahl) for rides to the beach and local South Florida bars. When Bobby turns his unwanted attention to Marty's new girlfriend Lisa (Rachel Miner) and her best friend Ally (Bijiou Phillips) Lisa decides Bobby's reign of terror must end. Assembling a crew of alienated suburban teens she forms a deadly plan to get Bobby out of the way once and for all. As the conspiracy unfolds friends turn into enemies and casual acquaintances become co-defendants to a murder that rocked America to its core.
Kids | DVD | (29/01/2001)
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Larry Clark's controversial Kids is a film about New York City adolescents walking the AIDS tightrope, but it's also an unblinking look at the dehumanising rituals of growing up. It really doesn't add up to more than the sum of its various shocks--virgin-busting, skinny-dipping, male callousness--overlayed with middle-class disapproval. Clark is hectoring us for cutting kids loose at a terrible time in modern American history, but so are a lot of other people who also offer alternatives and ideas. The film does nothing to push us toward new thoughts, new solutions, new dreams. It is more like a window onto our worst fantasies about what our children are doing out there on the streets. --Tom Keogh, Amazon.com
Destricted | DVD | (25/09/2006)
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A compilation of erotic short films illuminating the point where art meets sexuality... The most controversial and sexually explicit film ever to receive an 18 certificate from UK censors Destricted pushes straight through the boundaries that were only hinted at in 9 Songs and Battle In Heaven. A wide range of vignettes from the most acclaimed directors of our time Destricted boasts a heavyweight lineup as the distinctive and entirely uncensored films portray very different points of view to reveal diverse attitudes about how we represent ourselves sexually. The result is a collection of sexy humorous stimulating and provocative scenarios from the likes of Larry Clark (Kids) and Gaspar Noe Irreversible).
Bully | DVD | (16/06/2003)
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Bully, the third feature film from photographer-turned-director Larry Clark, follows the pattern laid down by his debut movie Kids: deploring the amoral fecklessness of today's American teens while lingering (some might say gloating) over their naked bodies--or at least, the naked bodies of the better-looking ones. The plot's based on a real-life murder case that took place in Florida in 1994. High school teenagers Bobby Kent and Marty Puccio have been best friends from infancy--or so Bobby insists. But their friendship consists of Bobby bullying and humiliating Marty. Marty's new girlfriend Lisa decides this has to stop--especially after Bobby rapes her and her friend Lisa. Bobby, she announces, must be killed. She ropes in a few friends to help--none of them over-endowed with brains or savvy--and recruits a supposed "Mafia hitman" who's scarcely any older or brighter than the rest of them. Though there's an air of moral condemnation hanging over the film, Clark avoids any obvious "society's to blame" angles. His killers are from middle-class homes, not noticeably deprived, and their parents (one of them played by Clark himself) are well-meaning if helplessly unaware of what their kids are up to. Maybe the rap music on the soundtrack--such as the Ghetto Inmates' "Thug Ass Bitch"--gives some clue, but essentially Clark seems to be suggesting that these kids are morally bankrupt because that's just how they are these days. Bully is well shot and well acted, and there's a dark humour to be savoured--especially in the farcically inept murder scene--but in the long run it's a dispiriting experience. –-Philip Kemp
Another Day In Paradise | DVD | (07/10/2002)
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From the Director of Kids comes the story of Bobbie a teenage runaway and thief who is happy making money the hard way - by breaking into vending machines. Bobbie is approached by Mel the charismatic uncle of one of his drug buddys. Mel offers Bobbie the chance of a big score in another town. With the prospect of easy money limited risk plenty of drugs and excitement on offer Bobbie cannot refuse. Bobbie sets off with his girlfriend Rosie Mel and Sidney Mel's heroin addict girlfriend. Between the shopping and fixes the foursome begin to bond and an unlikely family emerges. However the heist becomes more dangerous than imagined and Bobbie is forced to make a decision about his new found family and his outlaw life.
Wassup Rockers | DVD | (26/02/2007)
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Ten years after Kids Larry Clark tackles the controversial subject of teens and race in LA aiming his lens on an unlikely crew of Latino skate punks from the ghetto neighbourhood of South Central who just want to be themselves. When Jonathan Kico Eddie Spermball Porky Louie and Carlos take an impromptu skating trip to Beverly Hills one day they get into trouble with the cops enjoy sexual encounters with rich white girls and face off against hostile boyfriends and suspicious neighbours. It takes all of their strength and cunning to make their way back home to the (relative) safety of South Central. Overflowing with tenderness and sly humour Wassup Rockers is another bold vision of youth under fire from the incomparable Larry Clark.
Another Day In Paradise | DVD | (09/10/2006)
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One shot is all it takes..... Dick a loner living in a poor US mining town happens upon a small antique handgun and finds himself strangely drawn to it. He convinces other young outcasts to join him in a secret club he calls 'The Dandies'. It's a club based on the conflicting ideals of pacifism and guns; with the most important rule: 'never draw your weapon'. But they soon find themselves in a predicament where they realise that rules are made to be broken...
Teenage Caveman | DVD | (22/07/2002)
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When mankind is reduced to a handful of scared cave dwellers a rebellious group of teenagers are cast out of their tribe and search the land for a new paradise reminiscent of their lost civilization. During their travels the teens encounter two immortal super-humans Judith and Neil who appear at first to be the answer to their prayers. However the couple's true motives soon become clear when they cleverly seduce each teenager in an attempt to pass on a super-human virus. When o